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Community Day Services and Supported Employment

Community Day Services and Supported Employment programs provide:

  • Developmental training for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities who are 18 or older and live in the local community. Services provided include:
    • Day Services in the local community setting, with an emphasis on opportunities, socialization, activities of daily living and individualized care needs
    • Training programs tailored to personalized areas of interest, level-of-care needs and individualized skillset or work level to assist in improving ability and improving independence
    • Accommodations for differently-abled adults alongside skilled training specialists and support staff to meet variable needs
  • Vocational services for individuals 18 or older with an intellectual or developmental disability who are in need of evaluation and employment services. Vocational services include:
    • Individualized and systematic processes in which workers learn to identify viable vocational options and develop employment-based strategies based upon outcomes listed in conflict-free personal plans and other areas of interest to the worker
    • Services that utilize the worker’s background information and employment history in combination with skill-based assessments, situational assessments, community-based work opportunities and contracts, prevailing labor market data, occupational guidance, assistive technology and individualized accommodations or modifications
    • Industry-standard wages based on abilities and compensation scales; workers are paid bi-monthly and receive additional work-related benefits such as vacation, sick leave and holiday pay

To learn more about the Community Day Services & Support Employment programs, please click here.

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